Hunedoara County School Inspectorate. Part of Romanian Education System. Location. History.
Part of Romanian Education System
Hunedoara County School Inspectorate was founded in 1968, March 1st. At that time there were: one general school inspector, two deputy general school inspectors, 24 speciality school inspectors, 2 school inspectors for pre-primary education, 2 school inspectors for primary education and 2 school inspectors for personnel.
Since 1970 the School Inspectorate Statute has been observed and the Teacher Training Centre was founded as a subordinated institution.
Hunedoara County School Inspectorate adress was G. Baritiu, nr. 2 the same location with Deva Pedagogic High-School and in 2007, January 1st a new building was inaugurated which offers a generous space and equipment.
The institution coordinates the way in which the material resources, as well as the methodological ones are used. The School Inspectorate through the personal development compartment organises and supervises the continuous training of the teachers, the scientific and pedagogic research and other adjacent actions.
The speciality school inspectors draw up comparative analyses and syntheses on pedagogic methods and practice focusing on the teaching process.
Control & audit
Deputy General Inspector
Deputy General Inspector
Curriculum & inspection
Evaluation & prognosis
Priorities of the Education Policy
Equal and improved access to education
High educational standards and training for a knowledge-based society
Decentralizing of the education system
Turning education into a basic tool in the modernisation process of Romania
Envisaging the investment in human resources as the most profitable long-term
investment / Reconstruction of rural education
Combining excellence and general education in an efficient way
IT contribution to education
Enhancing the European dimension of education
Institutional development of permanent education
Ministry of Education
County School Inspectorates
Seven Curricular Areas:
Core Curriculum (75%)
School-based Curriculum (25%)
Special Needs for students with deficiencies or high performance capacity
To support schools and teaching staff to improve education
& training activities
The school performances of the students in comparison to the
national educational standards;
The school’s methods to encourage and support students’
The quality of the teaching staff activities;
The quality of the management and the efficiency in using the
The quality of the curriculum, the quality of the extra-curricular
activities and the ability of the school to implement the national
School-parents relationship / School-local community relationship;
Compliance with the in-force legislation, procedures, rules and
Students’ attitudes towards the education offered by the school.